Look at it this way... You don't have to shovel 4 feet of heat off your driveway and sidewalk. I lived in Detroilet for 6 years and I'd rather go blind than live there again.I honestly don't know how you guys deal with that. I'm sure people say the same thing about the Houston heat during the summer.
I would have to agree BRUTAL, after going to the Winter Classic and Alumni games outdoors I have had enough WINTER to last a life time, every time i go out to shovel the snow i at least fire up the Hemi from its deep sleep and let it running until i am done, then put her cover back on.Lived in MI all my life and this is the coldest and most brutal winter I can remember.
Or you could just drive it in the snow and cold! Mine fired up no problem in -20.:thumbsup:It's just the opposite here in California. We haven't even had rain for 3 months! It was 75 degrees all weekend, so the Challenger club went on a nice long drive. I would go crazy not being able to drive my Challenger living somewhere where it snowed.